Ghaziabad News: Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation Board seems to be in action mode these days. According to the information, now visiting places like malls-multiplexes, hotels-restaurants etc. in Ghaziabad city can be expensive. The reason behind this is that Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation is going to increase the expenditure on many types of industries including commercial properties, shops through a proposal. For this, the Municipal Corporation will make recovery through tax. In such a situation, it will have a direct impact not only on shopkeepers and property owners, but also on the general public. Shopkeepers It is obvious that if the Municipal Corporation expenditure will increase. In such a situation, shopkeepers will charge people more for goods.
Preparation to increase water tax
Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation is taking tough decisions one after the other. Recently, the board had approved 16 out of 18 proposals in the meeting. In such a situation, now according to the new proposals the Municipal Corporation can increase the water tax. Let us tell you that till now the Municipal Corporation spends 10 times more funds every year on water supply than what it earns from water tax. In such a situation, this matter is now being considered. Now it remains to be seen when the Municipal Corporation will approve the proposal regarding water tax.
for water User charge will have to be paid!
Now the Municipal Corporation is not going to be lax regarding water. For this, he is going to increase water charges from the coming financial year. According to the information, the Municipal Corporation can charge up to Rs 32 per thousand liters of water from the city users from the next financial year. For this, new rules are being rapidly considered. Recently, in the meeting, the Municipal Corporation had banned diesel generators. Before that, on the appeal of the people, new and strict rules were made regarding keeping dogs.
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